Just when we thought dinner rolls couldn’t get any better—we stuffed them with goat cheese. These golden brown beauties are rich, soft, and full of honey and herby goat cheese. Best part of a cheese-stuffed roll? It doesn’t need any butter. But we still opt for some anyway! The choice is entirely up to you, but the slightly sweet, cheesy center provides all the necessary creaminess required for devouring a warm dinner roll.
Plenty of cheese-stuffed rolls call for pre-made dough, but making a good dinner roll isn’t tough, and you likely already have the ingredients on hand. Here a few tips to help it go smoothly:
Grab that kitchen scale
Having a good scale on hand will not only cut down your prep time and dishes (buh-bye measuring cups!), but it’ll help you get accurate measurements for your ingredients, ensuring that you get the same results every time.
Use a bowl scraper
This is an enriched dough, which means it’s on the stickier side. To help get things moving, enlist the help of a rubber bowl scraper.
Keep ’em room temp
These rolls don’t need to be refrigerated. In fact, storing them in the refrigerator will cause the cold air to draw the moisture from the rolls, causing them to stale much faster than if they were left at room temperature. Keep any leftover rolls in an airtight bag or container on the countertop.
These are best eaten fresh, but to restore the leftovers to their former glory, we recommend reheating before serving, either in the oven at 350° or in the microwave until warmed through.
Have you tried making these yet? Let us know how it went in the comments!